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Cross Tabulation (Results 2.0)
Cross Tabulation (Results 2.0)
Daria Zakrzewska avatar
Written by Daria Zakrzewska
Updated over a week ago

Cross tabulations allow you to easily draw conclusions between two survey questions.
With cross tabulations, you can analyze results depending on different conditions or factors.


Question crossover is possible for NPS, Rating, Single Choice, Multiple Choice and Single Choice Matrix questions.

How to create cross tabulation?

To add cross tabulation in Results 2.0, click the Add comparison icon. It is available before and after each question.

Click on Cross Tabulation

Options will appear in the window on the right from which you can select Data Range.
From the first list, select the question you want to analyze.


In the next step, select the second question to compare.

A chart will appear showing relationships between questions.

There are small arrows in each table column that you can use to sort the data.

In the options you can also change the design and color of the chart and decide whether to display the chart with a table or just the chart or table. Depending on the type of question, there are different ways of presenting the results.

If you want only some responses from a given question to be displayed on the chart, click on the response located in the chart legend, it will be crossed out and removed from the chart.

For matrix or rating questions, the table also includes a weighted average.

​If your questions are very long, you can change their content. Click on the three dots in the upper right corner of the response box and select Change labels.


A text box will appear where you can enter the changed text for the first and second questions. The content will be saved automatically.

Respondent groups (Cross tabulation question with attribute)

Cross tabulation of respondents' attributes with the question is also available, which allows you to see how groups of respondents answered the question.
To add a cross tabulation for a question and an attribute, click the Add Comparison icon and then Respondent Groups.

Options will appear in the window on the right from which you can select Data Range.
From the first list, select the question you want to analyze.

In the next step, select the attribute to compare.


Select attribute values. There is a field to search for attribute values, you can also select chosen values ​​by clicking on the appropriate checkbox or select all by clicking on Select All. Once you have made your selection, click Apply.

A chart will appear showing the relationship between the selected question and the attributes.
There are small arrows in each table column that you can use to sort the data.
Analogous to crossing questions, you can change the design and color of the chart or the way it is displayed.
Likewise, you can decide that only certain answers from a given question will be displayed on the chart, removing unnecessary answers by crossing out the answer located on the legend below the chart.

How to save cross tabulation?

Created cross tabulation can be saved as a report. To do this, click the New report button in the upper right corner.

A window will appear in which you can give the report a name. After typing it, click Save.

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